“IF FSU BEATS UNC I’LL GET THIS TATTOO”
It was the sign seen round the ACC, as Florida State Seminoles football secured its first top-five upset since 2007, when it took down the Matt Ryan-led Boston College Eagles.
A young FSU fan named Jack Henyecz was seen proudly waving the poster board bearing the words above, accompanied by a picture of Seminoles head coach Mike Norvell during his playing days in Central Arkansas, rocking braids (he got the hairstyle as a deal with a youth team he was coaching.)
Three weeks later, the grinning Norvell now has a new home on Henyecz’s thigh.
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Man of my word... I need an interview! @espncfb @barstoolsports @oldrowofficial @barstoolfsu @oldrownoles @sportscenter @calebpressley @collegegameday @coachnorvell @5thyear Special thanks to @spaniard_tattoos for making all this possible he’s the best artist in tally and probably the entire south East❤️
Norvell himself responded to the work of art, appropriately taking the time to recognize the ridiculousness:
Two prime examples of college decisions gone bad ♂️.. never know when they will come back to haunt you! Wear it proud and can always tell one hell of a story! #NoleFamily #JackDidIt #SorryToHisFutureSpouse #KeepCLIMBing https://t.co/xbT8Nbh2Vp— Mike Norvell (@Coach_Norvell) October 31, 2020
He’s used the picture as an example of being smart within your actions multiple times.
“Little did I know, when I’d be standing on the stage on (College) GameDay 20-something years later, that’s what I’d be talking about and little did I know that when I got the opportunity to be the head coach at Florida State, that would be the picture that’s associated with my past,” Norvell said on Golic and Wingo last year.
“So I tell our guys, ‘Understand, social media, it’ll come back to get ya.’”
Tomahawk Nation has reached out to Henyecz, but have yet to hear back.